After years spent in Wonderland, Alice Reeve learned the impossible was quite possible after all. She thought she left such fantastical realities behind when she finally returned to England.
Now Alice has become a member of the clandestine Collectors' Society, and the impossible has found her again in the form of an elusive villain set on erasing entire worlds. As she and the rest of the Society race to bring this mysterious murderer to justice, the fight becomes painfully personal.
Lives are being lost. Loved ones are shattered or irrevocably altered. Each step closer Alice gets to the shadowy man she hunts, the more secrets she unravels, only to reveal chilling truths. If she wants to win this war and save millions of lives, Alice must once more embrace the impossible and make the unimaginable, imaginable.
Sometimes the rabbit hole leads to terrifying places.
What members say
- Amy R
The narrator did a great job. I started to get bored around 50% as the story seemed to drag even though we received a lot more answers in this book.This book ends on a major cliffhanger.
- Sara Jane
What did you love best about The Forgotten Mountain?
I loved how we thought we had all the answers and were about to wrap everything up only to realize we knew nothing at all. It brought a whole new level of interest to the story.
What other book might you compare The Forgotten Mountain to and why?
Again, I just can't compare anything because I have never read anything like this series.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
YES! I wanted to scream "WHO IS THE LIBRARIAN!" Everyone else is connected to literature, who is she? AHHHH I NEED TO KNOW!